Updated: November 07, 2018
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Kobe Steak Ishida, 4 Addresses in Kobe You Must Try!


When visiting Kobe, be sure to visit this incredible Kobe steak restaurant. It will be a memorable experience for you and your significant other. Even though it may seem like an incredible cliche, trying Kobe beef in Kobe really is an inevitable delightful experience. Once you try it for yourself, you will understand what all the hype is about!

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Kobe Steak Ishida

This elegant 鉄板焼き "teppanyaki" restaurant, which translates to cooked on an iron grill, serves the ever-so-famous Kobe beef (as you might have guessed from the name).
It is such an incredible experience to sit at the counter and see the chef cook everything right before your eyes. The smell of the beef slowly searing on the grill with the smell of the garlic is enough to make you salivate. Once you bite into the tender marbled beef, you will understand why the much talked about Kobe beef is really so famous!
Please note however that children under 12 are not allowed to visit the restaurant. And although there is no dress code, it is suggested to wear casual or business casual clothes.


For lunch, the courses are between ¥5,800 and ¥7,800. The main difference is the quality of the beef and the quantity.
For dinner, there are different types of courses to choose from, which vary depending on the quantity of beef you want and the quality. For example, 110g of A5 Kobe beef (tenderloin) would be ¥15,800.
For the same quantity, the A4 Kobe beef course would be ¥11,500.
Apart from Kobe beef, there are also some delicious seafood products to try, such as scallops grilled in butter and shrimps. You've never had scallops until you've tried them like this. The taste of the butter and the softness of the scallops, it is a life-changing experience!


When visiting Kobe, be sure to visit this incredible Kobe steak restaurant. It is pricey, but it will be a memorable experience for you and your significant other.

For more information, click on the restaurant website below. You will find more information concerning the other locations in Kobe and the menu.
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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